Stayed for two nights to explore Edinburgh. Staff were very friendly and the hotel is typical of large victorian houses turned into hotels. We had no problems despite some of the negative reviews and would happily stay again. Our room was facing out over the park and was large and comfortable. We ate at the Bistro which was reasonably priced and good value. Breakfast was buffet so quantity was no problem and if you didn't want the fried eggs the staff were happy to get your eggs cookd the way you wanted them.
We did not take the car into Edinburgh as the bus stopped about 50 yards away and were every 10 minutes into the centre for £1.20. They ran untill about midnight so no problem getting back.
Overall we were very pleased and look forward to returning in the future.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Best Western Edinburgh Braid Hills Hotel is magnificently situated in its own grounds, with panoramic views right across the City of Edinburgh, to the Pentlands, the Firth of Forth and the Fife hills beyond. Great contemporary Scottish cuisine served in 1886 Restaurant and genuine, friendly service from the all staff is complemented by ample free parking, free wifi and convenient access to a frequent bus service into the city centre. Come and experience a hotel stay with a real Scottish feel! ... more less
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- Best Western Edinburgh South Braid Hills Hotel Scotland
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